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David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

David Bowie Live Nassau Coliseum '76 (Parlophone UK) Catching David Bowie prior to his celebrated… [more]

David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76 David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum '76

We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

Hard rockin’, ‘Goth Glam’ petite  Madame Mayhem grabs you by the **** with her unique style and… [more]

We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

How to Avoid Burns and Skin Damage

The sun on your shoulders might feel amazing, but if your sun exposure ends up in blistering burns, it… [more]

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THE SEX FILES: Sobriety Twist discusses her new show Queen of Carnage

Updating Purcell’s Opera Dido & Aeneas with her dominatrix-take on things, incorporating various… [more]

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DVD: Lazy Eye

Opening with an eye exam for “Dean,” played by Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, a slight vision change suddenly… [more]

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Genesis Revisited With Classic Hackett, 2/17/2017 @ The Victoria Theater, Newark, N.J.

Steve Hackett and his band managed to once again ‘bring it,’ this time at The Victoria Theatre, in… [more]

Genesis Revisited With Classic Hackett, 2/17/2017 @ The Victoria Theater, Newark, N.J. Genesis Revisited With Classic Hackett, 2/17/2017 @ The Victoria Theater, Newark, N.J.

David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

David Bowie Live Nassau Coliseum '76 (Parlophone UK) Catching David Bowie prior to his celebrated… [more]

David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76 David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum '76

CONTEST: Win a Prize package to see the new film Indignation

We're giving away one prize package to see the new film Indignation, now playing in New York, Los Angeles,… [more]

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Sunken Hundred: A Legend Revealed

Thu, 15 Dec 2016 No Comments
Sunken Hundred: A Legend Revealed

Illtyd Barrett has rebuilt his sense of community in an alcove eatery on Brooklyn’s ever changing Smith St. Welcoming local celebrities and […]

Health and Beauty »

How to Avoid Burns and Skin Damage

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 No Comments
How to Avoid Burns and Skin Damage

The sun on your shoulders might feel amazing, but if your sun exposure ends up in blistering burns, it can really be […]

Film and DVD »

DVD: Lazy Eye

Wed, 21 Dec 2016 No Comments
DVD: Lazy Eye

Mostly Lazy Eye is a two-character indie movie about two ex-lovers finding their way back to one another, for however long it might last and for whatever purpose. We all know what comes of tickling the dials on time machines like this, the danger as much from learning what went on before, as what could happen now. With some perfect acting though, and the idea of old lovers’ fits and starts reuniting especially telling in this day-and-age of Facebook reaching-out, writer-director Tim Kirkman’s Lazy Eye is some very good truthful filmmaking indeed.

Music Reviews »

David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 No Comments
David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

Catching David Bowie prior to his celebrated Brian Eno/Berlin period, the genius rock and roll chameleon we lost last year makes his star presence known in this ‘legal’ issue of one of his most infamous 70’s bootlegs. Recorded at New York’s Nassau Coliseum in 1976, on Bowie’s “Thin White Duke” tour, here we get a 16-song concert pulling from the big Bowie releases of the time.

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Genesis Revisited With Classic Hackett, 2/17/2017 @ The Victoria Theater, Newark, N.J.

Thu, 23 Mar 2017 No Comments
Genesis Revisited With Classic Hackett, 2/17/2017 @ The Victoria Theater, Newark, N.J.

Steve Hackett and this spectacular band have been performing these half-and-half “Genesis Revisited” shows for a few years. They have the songs down (no easy feat to be sure), the right mix old and new…and of course, Steve Hackett is one of the very best rock guitarists ever. You owe it to yourself to catch this show, or at the very leats grab Hackett’s new album when it is released next month.

The Book Report »

Still the One: A Rock’n’Roll Journey to Congress and Back by John Hall

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 No Comments
Still the One: A Rock’n’Roll Journey to Congress and Back by John Hall

Still The One: A Rock’n’Roll Journey To Congress And Back is certainly entertaining read. For those interested in the liberal side of politics there are lots in this book to please you, for those interested in the beginnings of 60’s rock, there are a goodly amount of tails here and for those who want to get to know more about John Hall, this whole book is perfect for you.

The Interview »

We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

Tue, 7 Mar 2017 No Comments
We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

Hard rockin’, ‘Goth Glam’ petite Madame Mayhem grabs you by the **** with her unique style and opera-trained voice and never lets go. I caught up with the lady as she stepped out of a rehearsal in her N.J. home state (she was born in Manhattan) to talk about what she’s all about and what’s happening for 2017 for her.

Games, Gadgets and Tech »

IKMultimedia Makes Recording easy with the new iRig Pro Duo

Fri, 29 Apr 2016 No Comments
IKMultimedia Makes Recording easy with the new iRig Pro Duo

The one thing I really like and at this point, expect from IKMultimedia products is something powerful wrapped in something portable. While […]

Theater »

Nibbler @ Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 No Comments
Nibbler @ Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

To be sure, this is a play about sexual animus, featuring lots of nudity and exploring some issues I could feel ripple uncomfortably through the audience often times revealed in coat moving and the clearing of throats. Really, what has happened to supposedly hip, younger audiences these days? It has been my unfortunate experience lately in New York theatre (especially off-Broadway where often times headier/risky subjects are tackled) that audiences are more than a bit skittish over certain subjects in the light of recent political events and the way the blog o’sphere are telling us we have to react. It’s a phenomena I have seen writ large now quite a few times. Let me give you some examples; in Nibbler a female character “asks” to be raped, at another time a male character describes wild sexual fantasies; you could just hear the audience, now being raised on a diet of PCness we have never seen the likes of, reacting that a woman could say something like that aloud or we might even see a penis once or twice during the show.

Contest »

CONTEST: Win a Prize package to see the new film Indignation

Tue, 2 Aug 2016 No Comments
CONTEST: Win a Prize package to see the new film Indignation

We’re giving away one prize package to see the new film Indignation, now playing in New York, Los Angeles, and in select […]

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Show Your Love for New York City

Mon, 19 Dec 2016 No Comments
Show Your Love for New York City

Whether you love to visit or found the perfect place to make your home, New York City is a magical world where […]

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THE SEX FILES: Sobriety Twist discusses her new show Queen of Carnage

Thu, 23 Mar 2017 No Comments
THE SEX FILES: Sobriety Twist discusses her new show Queen of Carnage

Updating Purcell’s Opera Dido & Aeneas with her dominatrix-take on things, incorporating various performance art and multimedia and presenting the brew at The Space (269 Westferry Road, Isle Of Dogs, E14 3RS, London) between 4/11-4/15 Sobriety Twist’s Queen of Carnage is sure to take the fringe theatre/fetish lover and layperson looking for a night of great theatre, by storm. I had the good fortune to talk to this mistress-provocateur of the theater about her production and how it fits in culturally to where we are presently.